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Japannese Christene gee Xhosa Bybels aan SA kinders

“Weet julle waar is Japan? Dis baie ver, anderkant die aarde, en van doer ver af kom Miwa,” het die 80-jarige Ouma Nellie Johnson onlangs aan 40 opgewonde gesiggies van Mbekweni  verduidelik terwyl ‘n Japanese besoeker, Miwa Teauche, aan elkeen ‘n kleurvolle Kinderbybel in hul moedertaal, Xhosa, uitgedeel het. Miwa […]

Prayer warriors head for Helenvale

Port Elizabeth prayer warriors will gather in force in Helenvale on Saturday morning to pray against crime in the troubled area. Organisers of this mass prayer event, the Helenvale Upliftment Forum (HUF), urge Christians in the city to turn out in numbers for this strategic prayer initiative that was inspired by […]

GM training police to drive safely at speed

The South African Police Services’ Flying Squad division is participating in safe driver training this week offered by General Motors South Africa (GMSA). Over the next two days the Flying Squad will be put through vigorous training to ensure safe driving practices under high speed conditions. This driving course precedes […]

GM withdraws TV ad campaign after complaint

General Motors (GM) Africa has decided to stop flighting two televsion advertisements after the Family Policy Institute (FPI) complained that they were “anti-family”. The “Red Tag Event” adverts were withdrawn following a discussion between GM Marketing Manager Melanie Maddux and FPI president Errol Naidoo this afternoon, GM Communications Manager Denise […]

GM asked to withdraw “anti-family” TV ads or face boycott

General Motors (GM) Africa president and managing director, Edgar Lourencon, has been asked to withdraw the company’s “appalling anti-family” Red Tag television advertising campaign. In a letter to Lourencon, Family Policy Institute (FPI) president, Errol Naidoo, says GM’s Red Tag TV campaign appears to commend their staff for spending long […]